Opinion: Sex Work Is Not a Bullshit Job
by Marin Scarlett
Downstream: Can Capitalism Solve Its Crises? Interview With Mariana Mazzucato
What can the Apollo Missions teach us about dealing with the major crises of the 21st century? And why are politicians so eager to dwell on caricatures of the public rather than engage in problem-solving – from climate change to housing and education? Aaron Bastani speaks to author and academic Mariana Mazzucato to find out.
The Bastani Factor: A Crisis of the Imagination | Aaron Meets Rutger Bregman
“Taxes” was the word on everyone’s lips after the annual Davos conference this year. The man who had dared utter it amongst the financial elite was Rutger Bregman, a Dutch historian whose no nonsense savaging of the establishment brought him viral fame. His latest book ‘Utopia for Realists: And How We Can Get There’ argues […]
Ash Wednesday: Free Money for Everyone!
Free money for everyone – sounds bonkers, right? Well maybe not. With advocates of UBI (Universal Basic Income) popping up everywhere, perhaps this is the solution to increasing populations and technological innovations.
6 Things André Gorz Can Teach Us About Building a Post-Work Society
by Wanda Vrasti
2 Big Challenges to Universal Basic Income, and How to Answer Them
by Olly Lennard
A 10-Point Programme for 21st Century Socialism
by Jeremy Gilbert
7 Thoughts on Basic Income and Utopia
by David Bell
The Refusal of Work: 5 Cultural Artefacts
by Novara Reporters
Bang On The Money: Four More Reasons to Support the Universal Basic Income
by Adam Ramsay
Andrew Dolan recently wrote a list of seven reasons to support a universal basic income. It has been well received and I agree with nearly all of it. Below are four more reasons to support the UBI. 1. We all have a right to the shared bounty of the land. Wealth is made from a […]
Do They Owe Us a Living? 7 Reasons the Universal Basic Income is Worth Fighting For.
by Andrew Dolan
The Universal Basic Income (UBI) – sometimes called the Unconditional Basic Income, Citizens’ Income or Social Wage – has in recent times become a focus of economic discussion across the political spectrum. While column inches in the Financial Times and The Economist have been racking up, academics such as Stuart White have been articulating how […]